"The Academy in the Time of Racial Reckoning" Series Continues with "White Women and the Abolition of White Supremacy"
The English Department Intellectual Life Committee invites you to join us for the second presentation in the series "The Academy in the Time of Racial Reckoning":
"White Women and the Abolition of White Supremacy: Theory, Practice, and Imagination"
Joanna Brooks, PhD.
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is an award-winning author or editor of ten books on race, religion, gender, social movements, and American culture—most recently,Mormonism and White Supremacy: American Religion and the Problem of Racial Innocence(Oxford 2020). She has appeared in global media outlets including the BBC, NPR, the Daily Show, CNN, MSNBC, and the Washington Post. In her role as Associate Vice President for Faculty Advancement and Student Success at San Diego State University, she leads faculty development and student academic support efforts at a large, public, and research-intensive Hispanic Serving Institution of higher education. She is a graduate of the CSU Executive Leadership program and a founder of SDSU’s Digital Humanities Center and Shared Governance Leadership Institute. She has also worked as a volunteer, activist, and organizer in the labor, feminist, anti-racist, LGBT equality, and migrant rights movements. She holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is a proud fourth-generation Southern Californian.
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January 25, 2021